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Antico Forno is an example of why one shouldn't judge a restaurant by its appearance. Though this place looks tiny from the outside what matters the most are the delicious and freshly baked pizzas that they churn out by the minute. While strolling at the Ruga Vecchia San Giovanni, if you see a crowd waiting or making orders to a small window be sure that this is Antico Forno. From classic margherita to a plethora of other options, Antico Forno is responsible for spoiling locals with delicious yet cheap pizzas. If visiting Venice, a trip to Antico Forno is a must. They serve pizzas that will delight the palates of adults as well as children.
Ae Oche serves typical Venetian pizzas at traditional prices. This is one of the few restaurants in Venice where you can eat until late. There are about 100 different types of pizza to choose from, so, no matter how fussy one is about their preference here you will find something for every taste. These freshly baked pizzas are enormous in sizes and high on taste. In addition to pizzas, the place serves delectable pastas and seafood dishes. Located near the train station, it attracts many patrons from outside of the city too.
A hidden gem of Dorsoduro, Pizza Al Volo is one of Venice's best kept secrets. Offering authentic, scrumptious pizza pies, this small eatery is notoriously famous for its tasty offerings. The place is almost a blink-n-miss, but once eaten here, you'd want to keep returning, for its unbeatable staples and the rock-bottom prices! Generous proportions, traditional recipes, extremely pocket-friendly prices and a warm, friendly service make Pizza Al Volo such a winner, even without a five-star ambiance and plush interiors. Definitely worth a try!
Italy is the birth place of pizza hence when your stroll through Venice you are bound to have rendezvous with a number of pizzeras but very few places will have the charm like this little take-out joint at Calle Dell'Aseo called Arte Della. They are famous of their enormous pizzas graced with humble toppings such as olives, mozzarella, onions, bacon, potatoes, pepperoni, tomatoes and peppers. The place is typically a take-out but they do have a few stools lined around the joint where you can wait and grab a bear till your pizza arrives. Their service is quite prompt and genial which makes the place even more approachable. Call in your order and take it out later but make sure you arrive before 9:00p.
Al Nono Risorto, an old pizzeria is located near the Campo San Cassiano Bridge a short walk from the Rialto market. In summer, tables are set under a pergola of wisteria where patrons can enjoy a classic pizza with friends and family. Frequented by Venetians on their lunch break, this pizzeria is also popular with tourists. Reasonably priced pizzas and traditional Venetian dishes especially the seafood appetizers is what keeps their kitchen busy till 11:00p every day except Thursdays. The drinks list includes bottled or draft beer and good local wines.